Scott Horngren is responsible for representing AFRC and its members in lawsuits involving regionally significant legal issues involving access to, and timber supply from, public and private forests. He assists the staff in reviewing environmental documents prepared by federal agencies and advises AFRC on development and amendment of regulations and statutes affecting the forest industry.Scott was a partner with the Haglund, Kelley, Horngren, Jones & Wilder LLP with a practice emphasis in public lands law litigation and natural resource law. Scott has been involved in several landmark legal cases such as the Mission Brush, Five Buttes decision, B&B Fire, NEPA intervention and many others. He began his career with Northwest Pine Association in Spokane Washington. He holds a B.S. in Forest Management from Oregon State University and a JD from Lewis & Clark Northwest School of Law. He is admitted to practice in Oregon, the Ninth, Tenth and Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. District Courts of Oregon and Colorado and the Court of Federal Claims. He is a California registered professional forester and a member of the Society of American Foresters.